The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for three counties.

-La Paz and Yuma Counties will be affected until July 26.
-Mohave County will be affected until July24.

Daytime highs up to 122 degrees Fahrenheit are expected with the potential to cause life-threatening illnesses or even death. Public cooling centers are available in some areas. Stay cool, stay hydrated, and stay informed.

Bureau of Infectious Disease and Services

Infectious Disease & Services

Monitoring infectious disease threats and protecting the public in partnership with local health jurisdictions.

Emergency Medical Services and Trauma System

Emergency Medical Services & Trauma System

Protecting the health and safety of people requiring emergency medical services by certifying and educating first responders.

Epidemiology and Disease Control

Epidemiology & Disease Control

Working to monitor, prevent and control infectious diseases and environmental health concerns in Arizona.

Emergency Preparedness

Public Health Emergency Preparedness

Ensuring that the public health system of Arizona is prepared for public health emergencies whether natural or intentional.

Public Health Statistics

Public Health Statistics

Managing data, health registries, population health and vital statistics, and administering the annual Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) survey.

Rapid Disease Response

Rapid Disease Response

Rapidly responding to public health emergencies, conducting contact tracing and case investigation, and providing guidance and data to stop the spread of disease.

State Lab

State Laboratory Services

Conducting infectious and communicable disease analyses, contaminant investigations, and newborn screenings to protect all Arizonans.